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Let's all do our part to stay OU Together.

Our return to campus relies on all of us doing our part to protect ourselves, our community, and the greater good. For us to remain OU Together on campus, healthy behaviors and personal responsibility have never been more important.
Mask for me so I can go to class. I mask for you because our community is important.

4 Things You Can Do:

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1. Wear a Mask

2. Frequently Wash Hands
social distancing

3. Social Distance

4. Stay Home When Sick
“Our return to in-person operations as a university community does not mean a return to normal. It does mean adjusting our practices. We have a tremendous opportunity to take personal responsibility to do those things that we know to be highly effective at preventing person-to-person transmission of the virus – wearing a mask, observing physical distancing of at least 6 feet between individuals, and practicing good hand hygiene.” 

-Dr. Dale Bratzler, OU Chief COVID Officer

What You Need to Know:


Mask Together:

Both OU and the City of Norman have implemented masking requirements. Details about the masking policy, how to obtain a mask and mask enforcement are available below.


All individuals must wear fabric or disposable surgical-style masks when:
University Facilities
When Unable to Distance 6 Feet
Masks must cover your nose and mouth
mask under nose
exposed nose or mouth
mask with valve
exhalation valves
bandanas or scarves
neck gaiter
gaiters or buffs

COVID 101:

Direct from the OU Health Experts at Goddard:

Video of what to do when you feel sick on campus
COVID Testing Experience video
4 Steps for Secruing a COVID Test at OU - call (405) 325-4441
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Keeping campus beautiful by day, night, and during a pandemic.

Over the summer, our teams – from Operations, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Athletics and more – have been working around the clock to prepare for your return. Here are just a few of the changes you can expect to see on campus.

Add to your favorites:

Visit the links below often for important fall semester updates: 

COVID-19 Accommodations Requests:

The Accessibility and Disability Resource Center provides services to students with disabilities on all OU campuses. With the presence of COVID-19, students with disabilities who have not previously needed accommodations for academics and/or housing may find that because of their disability, they are at increased risk of exposure to, or complications from, contracting COVID-19. If this describes you, contact the ADRC to discuss options and potentially begin the process of registering to receive accommodations. For more information, contact the ADRC at or (405) 325-3852.

Remember: Do your part to keep OU Together.

Thank you for doing your part to help us all stay together on campus. We’ll see you soon!